- Aug 25, 2001
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Any excuse to whip off his top.
That specific figure does not appear among the photos recovered from the Dyatlov party's cameras.I came across the "yeti photo" taken by those teenagers who got killed in the Dyatlov Pass in Siberia. ...
Looks like it wears pants and it got no hair on the upper body that we can see at least.
Unfortunately it was impossible to sharpen the face.
I saw the image first on Loren Coleman's website:That specific figure does not appear among the photos recovered from the Dyatlov party's cameras.
If it is authentic, the setting would most likely place the photo's scene in the area of the party's last campsite prior to the fatal one. They'd attempted to ascend the pass at the end of a day's travel, only to retreat from high winds to the forest below. They pitched their tent and camped one night before building a cache and ascending the pass the following day. They took multiple photos at this penultimate campsite.
Among the doomed trekkers' photos are multiple ones showing one or more of the party approaching the camera in deep snow among trees. This particular figure and the specific trees / tree arrangement do not appear in any of these quite similar shots. I cannot locate any wider angle shots from which this figure may have been excerpted and enlarged.
There are also multiple, quite similar, photos taken of the search party (weeks later ... ) in the course of locating and examining the penultimate campsite and the cache. I can't find this specific figure / scene in any of those photos.
I would also point out that journals were kept by more than one of the Dyatlov party's members - not one of whom mentioned seeing any strange figure(s). Dyatlov's own journal includes an entry from the last night before ascending the pass.
In any case, I'm confident that if the photo indeed comes from the fatal trip the figure is one of the male trekkers wearing his hooded jacket. (Both females wore longer parka-style coats.) If you look at the left leg you'll see what appears to be a gathering of the silhouette at the knee, along with a noticeably lighter area below. This is consistent with the leggings / gaiters all of them wore.
No, it's not a question of definition, Denisovans and Neardertaks are human. Perhaps not the same soecies or sub-specues as us, but definitely human, and sharing a very recent common ancestor.Depending on how you define it. Untill recently we had no idea denisovans existed. So which humans is the DNA 99% similar to?
To be fair, even if it's wrong, most of us probably define "human" as the precise sub-species that we belong to, so that clarification is probably a necessary one.No, it's not a question of definition, Denisovans and Neardertaks are human. Perhaps not the same soecies or sub-specues as us, but definitely human, and sharing a very recent common ancestor.
I think what is meant is the one percent is diffrent to any human genome meaning its also different to the Europeans who have neanderthal DNA in them. We have neanderthal and denisovian genomes mapped.Yes but we are told some people have 2 to 4 % neanderthal DNA while others don't.
Was this DNA shared with other scientists?https://www3.fusionmovies.to/film/the-lost-kingdom-of-the-yeti/hsdOLhmC-watch.html
New documentary about the yeti in Bhutan. Interesting new genetic findings o something that shares 99% of DNA with man
This is as fake as a cake baked by a fakey cake maker. The picture is a still from the great horror flick Horror Express (check it out, it has the feel of a 1970s Dr Who story).This popped up on Quora earlier and a quick Google shows variations on the story have been bouncing around for 4 years or so.
Remains of an archaic but remarkably well-preserved hominid found in Himalayan cave. Some articles suggest it is a Homo Habilis.
Seems unlikely, but has the account actually been debunked yet?
Fingernails don't usually have hair on them. That's odd.I should mention the Yeti fingernail has hair on it. When I trim my nails the bits I get rid of don't have hair on them, but the Yeti's might make it easier to identify if it was overdoing the clippers. Presumably there's a photo online (of the Yeti, not me paring my nails).